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Bontrager Solstice Shorts Men black (2021)

ID: 623165
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Product Description

Bontrager Solstice Short is an entry-level leisure and casual cycling short that focuses on the essentials. The ergonomic panel cut creates a close-fitting fit that does not restrict freedom of movement, while a pre-shaped inForm seat cushion ensures moisture-absorbing, low-friction comfort.


  • Precisely tailored bike shorts for recreational riders with inForm chamois pads
  • Compression material with soft feel and matt finish
  • silicon leg gripper
  • 23 cm inner leg length
  • Tight fit for strong all-round performance
  • Our model is 186 cm tall and wears size M. Normal size > SHOW SIZE GUIDE <
  • Close-fitting, athletic cut
Intended use
Road/MTB Race  
with inner trousers: No
Chamois/Pad: yes
Padding thickness: medium
More details: inForm Solstice chamois pad: 3D-formed top layer of perforated 2-way stretch material
Material: Top layer of perforated 2-way stretch material
Density: Constant density
Features: Perforated, integrated
Type: Foam chamois pad
80% Polyamid, 20% Elasthan  
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